A person familiar with the decision says Rutgers has hired Julie Hermann from the University of Louisville to be its new athletic director.
Virginia Tech President Charles Steger, who has been criticized by families and others for the way he handled the 2007 mass shooting, announced Tuesday that he is retiring.
While Major League Baseball teams improved racial diversity in hiring senior administrators, the employment of women is still lagging, according to the annual report by Richard Lapchick's Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sports at the University of Central Florida.
William J. Bennett and David Wilezol's "Is College Worth It?" asks and authoritatively answers one of life's biggest questions.
A very wise mother once warned me, "The enemies of your child are the parents of his friends." At the time I thought, 'Sheesh, that's harsh.' But my fourth child is now a teenager, so I know exactly what that mom meant.
Former Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels was one of the staunchest defenders of the K-12 academic standards known as Common Core. But Indiana is now ground zero in the fight against those very standards, and it may lead the way for other states to consider pulling out of the system.
Too often universities tout "diversity" but fail to see that it translates to diversity of thought ("Conservatives wanted: Colorado University seeks intellectual diversity at liberal bastion," Web, April 30). The University of Colorado's initiative to seek out conservative professors is refreshing.
This week is National Charter Schools Week, an event promoted by the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools to celebrate the great work accomplished by charter schools across the country.